Tandy scores 33, wins region title in front of Calipari

 Posted by at 10:15 PM on March 5, 2018  Comments Off on Tandy scores 33, wins region title in front of Calipari
Mar 052018
 

John Calipari and UK assistant coach Joel Justus made the trip to Henderson County on Monday night to see KyKy Tandy, a 2019 guard who visited UK for a game a couple of weeks ago.

Tandy — a 6-1 prospect — scored 33 points and led University Heights to a 78-70 victory over Christian County in the 2nd Region title game, clinching a spot in the Sweet Sixteen in Rupp Arena next week.

UK has been monitoring Tandy’s recruitment for a possible scholarship offer. Florida, Tennessee, Cincinnati and Oklahoma are among the schools that have already offered Tandy, the No. 150 overall prospect in the 247Sports composite rankings for 2019.

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Another offer, another victory for KyKy Tandy

 Posted by at 12:39 PM on March 4, 2018  Comments Off on Another offer, another victory for KyKy Tandy
Mar 042018
 

It’s been a big couple of weeks for University Heights Academy guard KyKy Tandy, who visited UK for a game last weekend and then picked up a new scholarship offer and got one game closer to the Sweet Sixteen this past weekend.

The in-state guard — a nationally ranked prospect in the 2019 class — landed an offer from Iowa State on Saturday afternoon to go with other recent offers from Cincinnati and Tennessee. Florida and Oklahoma are among the schools that extended scholarship offers earlier in the process.

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In-state basketball player coming to UK for a visit

 Posted by at 5:39 PM on February 23, 2018  Comments Off on In-state basketball player coming to UK for a visit
Feb 232018
 

University Heights standout KyKy Tandy will be at UK on Saturday night for a recruiting visit, according to Kentucky New Era sports editor Chris Jung.

Tandy — a 6-foot-1 prospect from Hopkinsville — scored 43 points for University Heights in its district championship game Thursday night. He was averaging 30.2 points per game and shooting 45.0 percent from three-point range going into Thursday’s matchup.

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